Contact Dr. Don Othoro – the leading Dermatologist Wimbledon for a one to one consultation

dr_dbAs the old adage goes “prevention is better than cure”, Botox in Wimbledon has performed very well in supporting this. As a matter of fact; for younger clients the prevention of wrinkles is always better and less intensive than treating them when they are established.

Certainly Botox and Dermal Fillers Fulham stand as revolutionary treatment for reversing the effects of facial wrinkles such as crow’s feet, worry lines and laugh lines. For the uninitiated; these wrinkles, referred to as dynamic wrinkles, can be treated by injecting cosmetic into the tiny facial muscles that cause them.

It makes sense to mention here that botox is basically the purified proteins produced by the Clostridium botulinum bacterium, which reduces the activity of the muscles that cause those facial lines that form over time. It works best on the upper third of the face. Forehead furrows, glabellar frown lines, and lines around the eyes nearly always respond favorably to Botox.

As we get older the elasticity of our skin decreases and does not spring back like it used to causing lines and wrinkles to become ingrained. At the Skin clinic in Wimbledon , experienced and seasoned Dermatologist can very quickly impact our overall sense of well-being.

Dr Don Othoro is an international Cosmetic Doctor and General Practitioner with a thriving practice in Farringdon as well as clinics in Wimbledon and Fulham. He has 15 years experience working as a Doctor and eight years in cosmetic medicine.

Yes; New Year is the right time to get started in wiping off the telltale signs of aging and in reinventing yourself. Break your overall goal down into monthly or weekly session goals. Put them in your diary or better still, book them with your preferred clinic now.

If you would like to do something special for yourself, contact Dr. Don Othoro – the leading Dermatologist Wimbledon for a one to one consultation.

He is currently a Clinical Tutor in Cosmetic Medicine at the Royal Society of Medicine and Royal College of General Practitioners.

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